presto

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Used by magicians when performing a trick; ta-da; voilà

So I put my hand into the hat and presto! Out comes a rabbit!.

A pair of fives as a starting hand in Texas hold 'em
Very fast or quickly; a directive for the musician(s) to play in a very quick tempo
{a} quick, soon, at once, without delay
A lightweight running shoe from Nike, part of the Alpha Project Nike says it is "like a T-shirt for the feet " Yes, they are extremely comfortable However, I (Charlie) think an athletic shoe should be more like a jock for the feet even a pair of Air Deschütz sport sandals seem more stable
A pair of fives as a starting hand in Texas hold em
prestos a piece of music, or part of one, that is played or sung very quickly
It : "fast" Presto is generally used as the fastest tempo marking In 18th century music it usually means as fast as possible
Used by magicians when performing a trick
(Italian): really fast
Quick, rapid
(of tempo) very fast
One of the classical tempo markings, referring to a very fast tempo
(Ita) Very quick
rapidly, quickly, fast (Music)
at a very fast tempo (faster than allegro)
Quickly; immediately; in haste; suddenly
Tempo marking meaning very fast [Tempo Notation]
(it) - Rapidly, very fast, faster than vivace [back]
Italian for "fast "
A nickname for pocket 5's, usually in hold'em This nickname comes from the internet newsgroup rec gambling (now rec gambling poker), and is sometimes used among the readership of that newsgroup to identify other members
Very quick
(of tempo) very fast suddenly; "Presto! begone! 'tis here again"- Swift at a very fast tempo (faster than allegro)
Quickly; rapidly; a direction for a quick, lively movement or performance; quicker than allegro, or any rate of time except prestissimo
suddenly; "Presto! begone! 'tis here again"- Swift
Very fast, faster than Allegro
presto change-o
Indicates the suddenness of a change or transformation, as a magic trick in which one object appears to be suddenly transformed into another

But then that little psychopath Willie Bosket murdered a couple of subway riders for the hell of it when he was fifteen and -- presto change-o! -- a new law was born.

presto chango
Indicates the suddenness of a change or transformation, as a magic trick in which one object appears to be suddenly transformed into another

Watch and before your eyes, presto chango, a capital crime of the most hideous sort will be turned into a superstition,.

hey presto
Indicates a sudden desirable conclusion or change, as if by magic; ta-da; voilà

If you take the next left, you’ll see a big shop and hey presto, you’re there.

hey presto
Used by stage magicians, when waving a "magic wand" and performing a trick
adverb presto
played or sung very quickly
hey presto
used to say that something happens so easily that it seems to be magic American Equivalent: presto
interjection presto 3
said when something happens suddenly in a way that seems unbelievable or magical British Equivalent: hey presto
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mus. presto
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    Silbentrennung

    pres·to

    Türkische aussprache

    prestō

    Aussprache

    /ˈpreˌstō/ /ˈprɛˌstoʊ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'pres-(")tO ] (adverb or adjective.) circa 1599. From Italian presto (“quickly”).

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